Frédérique Turgeon

Frédérique Turgeon

Para-Alpine Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: Marcus Hartmann

Frédérique Turgeon
About Frédérique
Location March 25, 1999
Location Candiac, QC
Club Bromont Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2017
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World Cup Ranking

#3rd - Overall 2018-19
#1st - Slalom 2018-19
#5th - Giant Slalom 2018-19
#4th - Downhill 2018-19

Medal Highlights

IPC Crystal Globe Slalom Champion 2019
2nd Slalom IPC World Championships 2019
3rd Super-G IPC World Championships 2019
3rd Super Combined IPC World Championships 2019
4th Downhill IPC World Championships 2019

Frederique 'Fred' Turgeon, made the Canadian Para-Alpine Ski Team in 2017 after capturing a top-ten finish on the World Cup circuit in the 2016-17 season. Turgeon qualified for the 2018 Paralympic Team and captured ninth-place in the giant slalom. Turgeon had her breakout season in 2018-19, capturing 3 podiums at the Kranjska Gora (SLO) 2019 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships; taking 2nd in Slalom and 3rd in both Super-G and Super-Combined (Women's Standing). In addition, Turgeon claimed 4 World Cup slalom podium performances (two gold, two silver) and two fourth-place finishes, which led Turgeon to earn her career-first Crystal Globe as the overall slalom points-leader in the women's standing category on the World Cup Tour. 


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